2021 Movie Reviews: Black Widow / In the Earth / Pig

A great experience, a not so great experience and an experience for the soul. Black Widow It was 12:15pm and and I still hadn’t gotten out of bed. It was another involuntary late one the previous night, all hopped up on caffeine and pent up fuck energy, watching old Frasier episodes while falling in andContinue reading “2021 Movie Reviews: Black Widow / In the Earth / Pig”

100 Best Films of the 90s: Part 9 (#20-#11)

The 90s was one of my favorite decades for film, with the emergence of Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater, David Fincher, John Singleton, Paul Thomas Anderson and other less famous artists. It was a Renaissance for crime dramas as well, all seeming to stem from the success of GoodFellas and Pulp Fiction, and veteran blockbuster filmmaker Steven Spielberg proved to be one ofContinue reading “100 Best Films of the 90s: Part 9 (#20-#11)”

My 10 Thoughts on Tuesday’s Emmy Nominations

Hey, ya’ll! The Emmy nominations came out for this 2020-2021 television season this past Tuesday and I have to say I have some thoughts. Some good, some bad, most apathetic. Maybe not all the thoughts I could have had because I didn’t see everything and with the absence of major players like Succession, Better CallContinue reading “My 10 Thoughts on Tuesday’s Emmy Nominations”

100 Best Films of the 90s – Part 8 (#30-#21)

The 90s was one of my favorite decades for film, with the emergence of Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater, David Fincher, John Singleton, Paul Thomas Anderson and other less famous artists. It was a Renaissance for crime dramas as well, all seeming to stem from the success of GoodFellas and Pulp Fiction, and veteran blockbuster filmmaker Steven Spielberg proved to be one ofContinue reading “100 Best Films of the 90s – Part 8 (#30-#21)”

2021 Movie Reviews: F9 / No Sudden Move / Zola

Two duds and a bonafide stud. F9 Wow. They finally did it. They made the stupidest one. While stupid usually equates to cinematic gold in the Fast and Furious universe, this one somehow forgets to be entertaining. There’s a real shortage of substantial action set pieces in this one besides a brief but hilarious forayContinue reading “2021 Movie Reviews: F9 / No Sudden Move / Zola”

100 Best Films of the 90s – Part 7 (#40-#31)

The 90s was one of my favorite decades for film, with the emergence of Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater, David Fincher, John Singleton, Paul Thomas Anderson and other less famous artists. It was a Renaissance for crime dramas as well, all seeming to stem from the success of GoodFellas and Pulp Fiction, and veteran blockbuster filmmaker Steven Spielberg proved to be one ofContinue reading “100 Best Films of the 90s – Part 7 (#40-#31)”

Franchise with Me: Rocky w/ Michael Palladino

This is the hardest article I’ve ever had to write. When I love a movie, my passion flows into words and it becomes easy to write about. When I hate a film, my passion flows the same way into words and it’s easy to write about. How easy is it to write about something youContinue reading “Franchise with Me: Rocky w/ Michael Palladino”

100 Best Films of the 90s: Part 6 (#50-#41)

The 90s was one of my favorite decades for film, with the emergence of Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater, David Fincher, John Singleton, Paul Thomas Anderson and other less famous artists. It was a Renaissance for crime dramas as well, all seeming to stem from the success of GoodFellas and Pulp Fiction, and veteran blockbuster filmmaker Steven Spielberg proved to be one ofContinue reading “100 Best Films of the 90s: Part 6 (#50-#41)”

100 Best Films of the 90s – Part 5 (#60-#51)

The 90s was one of my favorite decades for film, with the emergence of Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater, David Fincher, John Singleton, Paul Thomas Anderson and other less famous artists. It was a Renaissance for crime dramas as well, all seeming to stem from the success of GoodFellas and Pulp Fiction, and veteran blockbuster filmmaker Steven Spielberg proved to be one ofContinue reading “100 Best Films of the 90s – Part 5 (#60-#51)”

Margie’s Pride Guide: Film and a little TV

Happy Pride, everyone! What a glorious time of the year, not even 117 degree Phoenix days can keep a good queen down! Over the course of my life, I have seen well over 3,000 films and unfortunately only a small fraction of those films (and of all the films ever made) prop up LGBTQIA lifestyleContinue reading “Margie’s Pride Guide: Film and a little TV”